Tuesday 2nd April 2019 - London
Radisson Blu London Portman
22 Portman Square, London, WH1 7BG
Make a difference, be part of the change. We are delighted to host two back-to-back conferences that are leading the way in challenging diversity and giving voice to those who are often ignored. Hear from keynote speakers, Professor Barry Carpenter, Carrie Grant (British vocal coach and television presenter) and speakers from both the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the Royal College of Speech and Language therapists. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the change.
This conference will cover:
- The launch of a book about Autism and Girls, written by NAHT's Autism and Girls Forum
- An update on the work of the Girls with Autism Forum
- An insight from the perspective of girls on the autism spectrum
- Effective practice emerging in the field
This is a conference not to be missed: its ground-breaking message is a landmark in our understanding of Autism in Girls.
Professor Barry Carpenter, CBE
Who should attend?
School leaders and SENCos from primary, secondary and special schools and academies; clinical and educational psychologists; neuroscientists, health professionals, including speech and language therapists, psychiatrists and CAMHS teams; LA officers with responsibilities for SEND/ASD contact, LGA named links for clinical leads; parents, carers and adults with autism.
This event is running back-to-back with our Leading on SEND across all schools conference 2019, so you can attend this exciting day too. To see details of this event
To book to attend both events at a special offer price
Optional Q&A session, drinks reception and dinner the evening of the conference
Delegates can hear from SEN experts and put forward their questions during our Q&A session. This is followed by a drinks reception and networking dinner that allows you to meet with colleagues from around the country. The after-dinner speaker will be Dr Rona Tutt OBE . To book select this option with your ticket choice.